· ’If your response to the first black president is to say they weren’t born in this country.you might be a white supremacist,’ says Ta-Nehisi Coates, explaining why he says white supremacy is.
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· White people represent the omnipotent evil that Ta-Nehisi Coates needs in order to pretend to be an oppressed man engaged in a struggle while marketing that same struggle to the evil white people. Any interaction between Coates and a white person becomes invested with racial tension.
Ta-Nehisi Coates was just getting to the good stuff May 8 at Butler University when the moderator cut off a Q&A session with the audience. It was a powerful place to end, Tamara Winfrey-Harris.
· They have no meaning for the interpretation of the book and what matters is white people reading the book. (I think erased is like ethering. But not like ghosting). Anyway, when one white girl found out that by reading and commenting on Ta-Nehisi Coates, she was erasing black people, she kind of had a white girl existential crisis.
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Ms. Tippett: I’m Krista Tippett, and this is On Being. Today, with poet-journalist Ta-Nehisi Coates in a live event, as part of the 2017 chicago humanities festival. The crowd of 1,500 submitted questions, and there was time for a few, read by artistic director Alison Cuddy.
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Political Animal. Ta-Nehisi Coates. In that way, being white primarily means, as Coates suggests, “not being a n****er.” Here is how he.
Reading Ta-Nehisi Coates.. If one is a white liberal reading this, one can derive both a masochistic thrill from the anti-white animus, but also feel comforted that the only thing TNC really.